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The name of this historical church works on so many levels, the union of old and new, hard loft with a soft loft, the union of green features with new finishes, an upcoming, quickly gentrifying neighbourhood in an established blue collar neighbourhood.
Union Lofts is the conversion of a turn of the century Seventh Day Aventist church located at Perth and Wallace, in the Junction Triangle. The developer has carefully converted this former church, the red brick façade and roof were painstakingly saved. The north east wing of the church has have a steel and glass wing, the “Vestry” featuring soft loft suites. To efficiently maximize the units in the loft, many of the suites were designed as two storeys.
There’s no cookie cutter floor plans in the church part of the development. There’s the turrets and the arches of the church. No suites are the same. The suites in the Vestry feature more expected layouts.
I’m a big fan of white oak and Union Lofts features wide, white oak plank, wooden floors. With the European designed Scavolini kitchen cabinetry, island and Caesarstone counters, the finishes at Union Lofts have a very upscale, Scandinavian look.
Union lofts has some unique green features: energy recovery ventilators and high efficiency geothermal heating and cooling systems. Union Lofts is a perfect condo for residents looking for the carefree lifestyle of a condo in a low rise neighbourhood. The area is just steps to the subway, yoga studios and cafes lining Wallace Avenue.